Un aller simple (2001 film)
|Un aller simple|
|Directed by||Laurent Heynemann|
|Written by||Albert Algoud
Didier Van Cauwelaert
|Music by||Bruno Coulais|
|Edited by||Marion Monestier|
Aziz (Lorant Deutsch) was born in France, the child of unknown parents. Gathered up by gypsies from the area north of Marseille, he has grown up as a Moroccan national. Jean-Pierre (Jacques Villeret), is a civil servant in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He is being cheated on by his wife who is having an affair with his boss and he no longer feels attached to his Parisian life. It is given to Jean-Pierre to 're-integrate' Aziz, a stolen baby, raised by gypsies, neither Arab nor gypsy, into his 'native' country of Morocco. Aziz is an interesting client for him. But Aziz is just a young man without sure roots who has never set foot in Morocco, though he affects to belong to the tribe of the Grey Men of Irghiz who live in a forbidden city high in the Atlas Mountains. And the two rootless men make the acquaintance of the sparkling Valerie (Barbara Schulz) who will act as their guide.
- Lorànt Deutsch as Aziz
- Barbara Schulz as Valerie
- Jacques Villeret as Jean-Pierre
- Melissa Mars as Lila
- Jean Benguigui
- "Un aller simple". unifrance.org. Retrieved 2013-07-28.
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